Recently, a mission drone caught a fire source in the forest through its onboard thermal camera, with the photographed area clearly displayed on the monitoring screen. The onboard speaker spread out warning messages to the local villagers to make an evacuation.
In the past, it took 2 to 3 hours to inspect 6-hectare forests. Since the deployment of unmanned aerial vehicles, the burden has been lifted. It not only covers a wider area, but also responds faster with higher efficiency.
It is known that the infrared imaging system on the UAV can display high-temperature fire spots. Even in the completely dull night or the area covered by smoke, the target can be clearly displayed and the coordinates of the fire range can be accurately located, and send the real-time picture to the rear, and make a judgment immediately to extinguish the fire in time.